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Crystals Not to Put in Water

by Ceida Uilyc December 21, 2019

Crystals Not to Put in Water

Do you often make crystal elixirs? Then, you might know all about directly infusing the energy of crystals with water. If you didn’t, let us help you understand which are crystals not to put in water, whether for elixir-making or cleaning.

Crystals Not to Put in Water

Crystals Not to Put in Water

Whether you’re advanced or a beginner, it is best not to put crystals directly in water. Bookmark this page or save it so that when you’re thinking of making crystal elixir, you can come here and check if the crystal is toxic in water or not.

Ready? Let’s get started!

  1. Agate: Low Silicosis present.
  2. Amazonite: Low presence of lead.
  3. Amber: Highly toxic organic material.
  4. Amethyst: High silicosis present.
  5. Aragonite: Highly soluble in acids only.
  6. Azurite: Presence of copper detected.
  7. Black Onyx: Low silicosis present.
  8. Bloodstone: Low silicosis detected.
  9. Calcite: Soluble in acids.
  10. Chalcedony: Low silicosis seen.
  11. Chrysocolla: Low silicosis present.
  12. Citrine: High silicosis present.
  13. Coral: Highly toxic organic material.
  14. Dolomite: Might have heavy metals.
  15. Epidote: Might contain radioactive or lead elements.
  16. Howlite: Easily soluble in acids only.
  17. Iolite: Soluble in acids only.
  18. Jasper: Low silicosis is detected.
  19. Lapis Lazuli: Presence of pyrite detected.
  20. Lepidolite: Easily soluble in acid solutions only.
  21. Malachite: Contains copper inside.
  22. Obsidian: Low silicosis seen.
  23. Opal: Low silicosis present.
  24. Pearl: Highly toxic organic material
  25. Prehnite: Soluble in acids only.
  26. Pyrite: High toxicity.
  27. Quartz: High silicosis seen.
  28. Rhodonite: Presence of manganese detected.
  29. Rose Quartz: High silicosis present.
  30. Shattuckite: Medium toxicity with copper presence.
  31. Sodalite: No toxicity, but soluble in acids.
  32. Tektite: Low silicosis seen.
  33. Tiger’s eye: High silicosis and presence of asbestos.
  34. Turquoise: Low Copper content present.
  35. Zircon: A slightly radioactive element.

How to Make Elixir without Putting Crystals in Water?

Now that we know the crystals that shouldn’t be put in water, what do you do if you want to make crystal elixir out of them? It’s easy and keeps you safe. In fact, we suggest you repeat it with crystals that can be put in water too. All you have to do is, follow the steps below.

  • Take a glass or tumbler of water you want to turn into elixir.
  • Now place a large coaster made of wood (not plastic, but anything else).
  • Let it sit for up to 8 hours (preferably overnight).
  • Remove the arrangement.
  • Drink the crystal elixir you made without touching water!

You can also circle a crystal over the water or hang it over the water to infuse the energies into the elixir. It is important to remember that elixirs are powerful concoctions even though you don’t see any color change or sizzling effects. Take it wisely!

Conclusion

Clear about which Crystals Not to Put in Water? The truth is, even glass undergoes low silicosis. So, it is best not to place any crystal in water. You can instead clean it with a soft cloth or brush.

Love and light~

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Ceida Uilyc
Ceida Uilyc

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Ceida Uilyc (Geo Maria George) is an avid crystal user since 10 years past. Ceida believes Crystals are elixirs from the Mother Nature's Womb gifted to protect the humanity, its spirit, soul and voice for ages ahead ... 😁 When she is not hypnotized by gems, you can see her wandering around in search of Buddha. When she is not with crystals, she wonders and wanders about a million ways to Save The World!



3 Responses

Cherry
Cherry

July 07, 2020

Oh, and I almost forgot: Kunzite and Hiddenite. These are varieties of Spodumene, which is a lithium aluminium inosilicate. There’s that aluminium again, making these crystals an unwise choice for immersion.

Love and Light.

Cherry
Cherry

June 18, 2020

@Vivian, no, you’ll be fine. There are techniques for making crystal elixirs which do not involve immersion, and those are the ones AtPerry’s use with ‘risky’ crystals. (In case you’re wondering, I’m not a staff member; I’m a crystal whisperer with a Geology qualification, who’s familiar with the way this company does things.)

Talking of ‘risky’ crystals to immerse in drinking water, there are a few missing from this list.

To begin with, ANY of the Beryls (Emerald, Aquamarine, Morganite, Heliodor, Goshenite, Bixbite, Pezzottaite): the Beryl family got their name from the fact that they’re the principle mineral ore of beryllium — not a substance you want in your body. Beryls also contain small amounts of aluminium.

Chrysoberyl (Alexandrite, Cat’s Eye, Cymophane): Cousins to the Beryls, the Chrysoberyls contain less beryllium, but that doesn’t make them immersion-safe, because they also contain significant amounts of aluminium.

Cinnabar: this reddish healing crystal has a number of helpful properties, but because it’s the principal ore of another, even more toxic metal – this time, it’s mercury – immersion in water which you’re going to drink is a cardinal no-no.

The Corundums (Ruby, all colours of Sapphire): presence of aluminium which leaches into water pretty easily. As a matter of fact, aluminium is one of the most abundant metals in Earth’s crust, and many minerals contain it in various percentages.

Galena: often mined from granite right alongside Quartz and Tourmaline, Galena is comprised of two highly toxic elements, lead and sulphur. Both of which will leach out readily into drinking water. Another cardinal no-no for immersion technique elixir-making. I think it’s better to stick to its energic gifts instead.

Sulphur/Sulfur (depending on which part of the world you’re from): obviously, for the same reasons as with Galena above.

Topaz: like the Corundums, this gorgeous gem family contains significant amounts of aluminium, so immersion is a bad idea.

Finally, Tourmaline: a complex cyclosilicate, Tourmaline always contains boron, but can also contain aluminium, potassium, iron, sodium, magnesium or lithium. Yes, many of these elements are necessary for our bodies to function properly… but not in the form they take in a Tourmaline!

Love and Light.

Vivian
Vivian

January 30, 2020

I’m confused. I recently ordered 3 crystal angel elixir glasses that I’m keen to receive & just came across your blog. All 3 crystal angels – Quartz, Smoky Quartz, & Amethyst – are all on your list. Should I cancel my order? This is supposed to energize me & my loved 1s & your blog has me concerned.

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